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CBS
Nov 12, 2009 11:00pm EST
and beat the rush. >> thanks. >>> the united states wants to cease a mosque and a school in rockville and land in prince william county claiming the properties are secretly controlled by the government of iran. gary nurenberg reports it's an effort to shut down that country's nuclear program. >> reporter: it is important to say that there are no allegations the mosque school or property are involved in any kind of terrorist activity. they are, however, owned by a foundation that the government alleges is secretly run by the iranian government in violation of united states law. the key is this 36 story office tower in manhattan which the government says is owned by an iranian foundation. it has generated over $38 million in rent. the allegation. >> this foundation sends money to iran and that money goes to help its nuclear program and to fund terrorism. >> reporter: the government also alleges the foundation has used proceeds to make more than a million dollars in improvement to the islamic education and pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in taxes on this property. the united states
CBS
Nov 8, 2009 11:00pm EST
last night that overhauls health care in the united states. the battle in the senate promises to be even more intense. kathryn brown has that story. >> the bill is passed. [ cheering ] >> reporter: house democrats won the battle over health care reform by a narrow margin but they face fierce opposition in the senate. >> the house bill is dead on arrival in the senate. just look at how it passed. it was a bill written by liberals for liberals. >> reporter: just one republican lending support. the $1.2trillion health care overhaul is the most far reaching since the creation of medicare more than four decades ago. the bill requires individuals to carry insurance. and includes a controversial government-run public option. to pay for the surge many coverage the legislation would cut medicare by $400 billion over a decade and raise taxes on the wealthy. >> the fact that the leadership had to break arms and still lost almost 40 democrats, shows what real trouble they will have in the senate. >> we are far from the debate in the senate. it will take time. it will be careful, thorough
CBS
Oct 31, 2009 11:00pm EDT
affects 1 in 91 children in the united states and 1 in 58 boyings. it is a national crisis. >> reporter: only 15 states require insurance companies to cover aba therapy. but with changes in national health care on the horizon families are hopeful that all states will have that requirement. >> the cost for each child is exorbitant. if you get them early intervention they can do better and function later in life. >> reporter: hundreds of teams helped push the amount raised to $800,000. it will go to autism speaks towards research, awareness, advocacy and family services. 9 news and moms like me.com were sponsors. on the national mall, peggy fox, 9 news now and www.wusa9.com. >>> tom and peggy were emcees tonight. you can find more information about autism speaks on moms like me.com. >>> and tomorrow's washington examiner the fbi is probing a publicly funded child care center in wheaton. read the full story in sunday's washington examiner. >>> a cooler sunday with more rain on the way. the forecast when we come back. stay with us. president obama: we are americans. we're a forward-looking
CBS
Nov 16, 2009 11:00pm EST
with breast cancer in the united states. more than 11,000 who are diagnosed each year are under 40. >> what other tools do we have? what i'm say sing if it doesn't work -- saying if it doesn't work for us, give me a tool and we'll shoot up. give me a tool who call breast cancer who are dying. >> i believe i'm living proof. seven years out and i am healthy and cancer free. >> reporter: now, she says the majority are not deemed at a higher risk or have a history of breast cancer in their family. also some wonder if this study has so much weight the question is this going to be harder now for women under 50 to request mammograms and will health insurance pay for them. anita. >> a lot of debate still in that area. and whether insurance companies will pay. that is a big question. to read the complete recommendations, log on to wusa9.com. >>> well, certainly it was lovely today outside across our area, but the question now how long can it last? let's check in with chief meteorologist topper shutt. >> we had 70 on sunday, we had 70 today but a little chillier tonight. let's talk about the wakeup
CBS
Nov 13, 2009 11:00pm EST
of allowing some students to carry alcohol back to the united states. >> reporter: weber and other parents want their children's record expunged. >> the majority of the board turned a deaf ear. thankfully one parent refused to cave. >> why should they get away for punishing her for 11-12 days. >> the only way we can know that is to sign this. >> if they would be straight with them, i'll sign that waiver. >> reporter: and we'll keep you posted on what happens. long-term suspensions are reserved for students who are repeat offenders of the school policy. ironically, erin is being honored next month for outstanding academic achievements. other parents have asked the board to follow suit. derek. >> surae chinn, thank you for that. >>> well, in tonight's flu alert, we're going to shed some lights on products like this uv lamp. it helps prevent or cure h1n1. 9news now armando tool gets us the real scoop. >> i got this on the internet and it's a light. >> reporter: we took the light to an h1n1 vaccination clinic. it doesn't prevent or cure h1n1 says the fda. and neither does this liquid supplemen
CBS
Nov 15, 2009 11:00pm EST
century alone, and the united states and china will both be better off when we are able to meet them together. >> earlier in the day, president obama wrapped up a summit with southeast asian leaders. he met with the president of indonesia and said he plans to return next year to that country with the first family. >>> the president's trip won't spark the obama mania that gripped many other countries, but some chinese are finding creative ways to celebrate his visit. this sculpture created a bronze bust of the president that burst into flames. the man said he wants to express how hot obama and his optimistic brand of politics are viewed internationally. there are also obama-themed t- shirts and bags and some barbers are even offered obama- style haircuts. >>> still ahead on 9 news now, this sunday night, frightening moments for a mother and her 7- month-old baby when the infant is dollarsed into a washing machine. we'll have that story. >>> stimulus money, you want to spend it wisely. virginia got some for the washington theater company. money wasted or jobs created? you can decide fo
CBS
Nov 19, 2009 11:00pm EST
is providing funding to research diseases that plague third world country and in the united states and europe, the big pharmaceuticals are learning they don't have to sell vaccines at pennies of dose. that tens of hundreds of is possible making the research profitable. scientists are optimistic they could see results in the next several years. >> we will look forward to that. thank you. we appreciate that. >>> there is another person to get drivers to stop texting behind the wheels as the number of deaths go up and up. >>> the new twilight movie gets ready for its first showing. i'm surae chinn. i'll have more coming right up. >>> and i'm meteorologist topper shutt. the heavy activity is now just east and north of us. a little bit of rain out here. we'll take you out with wake up weather and get the kids out to school. returning mostly sunny by 8:00. temperatures mild. 46-55. that is not bad for a late november. we'll come back. we're going to show you the lightning detection. take you all the way through friday into the weekend. stay tuned. >>> today's economy has some folks making grave dec
CBS
Nov 20, 2009 11:00pm EST
and lose my family. >> reporter: for most of his tenure as lieutenant with the united states marine corps, he found ways to hide his obsessive rituals and irrational thoughts. >> to go back and check the coffee pot and got to the point where i would go back and check 20 to 30 times. >> reporter: but shannon's wife debbie realized hiding was only providing temporary relief. >> go make sure this is unplugged and that's unplugged. and just things like that. and it got to the point where it would take too long to go anywhere. >> i was scared. i was confused. i thought i was going crazy. >> reporter: then shannon's compulsion grew more frightening. >> the worst time was when he gone into the playroom with the kids briefly and he turned around and came into the bedroom and laid on the bed just kind of curled up in a ball and and he told me he was having horrible thoughts about the kids and about my. >> reporter: finally through the urging of his wife and closest friends, shannon decided he was in crisis. and needed professional help. the diagnosis took him by surprise. >> i want you to read
CBS
Nov 27, 2009 11:00pm EST
in the united states. it will guide you straight to the store you're looking for. is that an app that you would be interested in? >> yes, i would be. i'm trying to find a map on the mall and looking over and finding colorful. yes, i would use it. >> reporter: let's say i'm interested in buying this weather forecasting box but i want to make sure that i'm getting the best deal. just open up an app called red laser and align the phone's camera with the product's bar code. then they'll compare the stores price with other retailers online. >> now i know for sure i am, indeed, getting the best deal. >> reporter: is that an app that you would use? >> definitely. i would definitely use that. it saves time. you want to be able to get what you want as soon as possible. >> reporter: once you got the gift, now you need your car. but if you can't remember where you parked, then use an app called g park. just click on where did i park and it will guide you straight to your car. at the pentagon city mall in arlington, christian fisher, 9news now and wusa9.com. >> i don't know how it does that. >>> folks got
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